Bruce Lee is an action game in which the champion of martial arts, Bruce Lee is the star of the game. The game supports the maximum of three players and provides four distinct levels. In the game, Bruce Lee plans to find a magician and defeat him as defeating the magician will get him an immense treasure.
You need to pick up the lamps as you enter new arenas. There would be many rooms possessing moving stairways to run and the basic stairways. In the course of your journey, you face two opponents- Yamo, who is a green-belt champion in sumo and a ninja- the sumo champion being tougher than the ninja. You can trash them in several ways-banging, jabbing, splashing, pushing them into risky territories and even making them splash one another unintentionally. However, they keep on recovering again and again. They have very brisk and flexible moves of which you should take care of. During the game, you may face several adversaries like getting an electric shock, collapsing bushes, etc.
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Datasoft was founded by Pat Ketchum in 1980. This company was based out of Chatsworth, California. When the company first started, there were about 15 in-house programmers. Ketchum was in his late 20's at the time. Ketchum acquired as many trademark licenses as possible. As a result, they published many games from famous tv shows, cartoons and movies. They also ported some games from arcades and other computer systems (Mr. Do and Pooyan).
Sometime after 1987, Samuel L. Poole and Ted Hoffman were some sort of business execs at Datasoft when the company was beginning to fold. These two men bought the left over assets and the name Datasoft and renamed the company Intellicreations. One of Datasofts HUGE investors was Gilette...the razor company. For some reason they pulled out right before the company went under. During its lifetime, Datasoft published some games for the C-64, Tandy, Atari and Apple ][.
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